The Gurney family legacy at Indianapolis Motor Speedway is not lost on Alex Gurney.
Team 99 in the news
Indianapolis Motor Speedway –
The Journal News –
Grand-Am's sleek new Daytona Prototype cars not only look more racy than the previous iteration, the close-knit racing the class normally produces has been more competitive in 2012.
GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing ended Friday's third and final practice session on the top of the time charts and quickest of the day at Watkins Glen, as GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series teams prepare for Sunday's Sahlen's Six Hours of The Glen.
Toole Insurance Agency is revving up Lufkin this week with an appearance of the championship-winning GAINSCO Auto Insurance No. 99 Daytona Prototype race car.
There is a school of thought in sports that believes statistics can be misleading. Often the perception that one gets from just reading a stat sheet can be far different from reality.
Jon gives a preview of what fans can expect to see at GRAND-AM's first-ever race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The Columbus Dispatch –
As setup men go, Jon Fogarty is the best there’s ever been in Grand Am Daytona Prototype racing.
Mansfield News Journal –
Jon Fogarty knows the fastest way around Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
SPEED TV –
Jon Fogarty followed up his pole from last weekend's Rolex Series race at Detroit with pole today for Saturday's EMCO Gears Classic, Live! on SPEED.
Detroit Free Press –
What does it take to compete in a race on Belle Isle? The Free Press spent two days with the No. 99 team as they unpacked and got ready for a fast and fun weekend of racing.